Beckham could come off the DL later Thursday and return for the start of a home series against Tampa Bay on Friday.
Hamilton will be replaced by Chris Heisey in center. Despite his slow start, Hamilton has shown some promise lately. He's collected 11 hits over the past eight games. Hamilton is hitting .230, with nine steals.
Eaton, who has missed the last four games, had slumped off after a sensational start. He was on a 3-for-23 slide, but his average still stands at .282.
Martin is likely received a day off so he doesn't have to play in a day game following Wednesday's night game. Martin also received a one-game suspension for his actions during the team's recent dust-up with the Brewers, but he has appealed the ruling. There's no indication Martin has changed course and is taking his suspension Thursday.
Gillaspie will try to pick up where he left off. He has hit safely in 15 of 16 games this season, owns a four-game hitting streak and boasts a stat line of .302/.347/.413.
Also concerning is that he tossed his fastball consistently around 90 mph, far below the mid-90s to which he had become accustomed.
It's a routine day off for Granderson. He'll be replaced in right field by 40-year-old Bobby Abreu, who is making his first start as a Met. Granderson is hitting .125 in 72 at-bats to open the season.
Abreu signed with the team in early April, and was called up Monday. He'll play right field and hit sixth against Lance Lynn.
Hughes appeared in just one game with the club, earning a win against the Reds. Hughes was sent down in order to make room for Brandon Cumpton, who will slot into the rotation.
Cumpton is expected to replace Wandy Rodriguez in the team's rotation. In order to make room for Cumpton, Jared Hughes was optioned to Triple-A. Cumpton has posted a 1.42 ERA over three starts in the minors.